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ABC
Jan 23, 2014 6:30pm EST
quote ? iraq. abc's martha raddatz right there, tonight, too. >> iraqi security forces warned us we should not go any further. >> america sending weapons tonight. >>> soda risk. a call to action about an ingredient in many sodas. and questions about a possible link to cancer. abc's dr. richard besser on what the fda is saying tonight. >>> and a made in america victory. remember your outrage when we discovered the american uniforms were made in china. tonight, the big reveal, on what
ABC
Jan 3, 2014 6:00pm EST
something. >> i never thought i would see anything like that. >> in ashburn, abc 7 news. >> all right, decide for yourselves. that is it or abc 7 news at 5:00. now at 6:00 -- the bitter cold. >> now from the abc 7 broadcast centers, this is abc 7 news at 6:00, on your side. snow, it is not the the dangerous cold. >> folks digging out from a blizzard. in massachusetts, more than two feet of snow. more than 2000 flights delayed nationwide. people and laguardia spend the night sleeping on cots. areas have seen delays will trying to get to by snow.t hard >> we start with meteorologist steve rudin. hi, steve. belowperatures remain average. we have a brief warm-up on the way. take a look at temperatures. outside the belfort furniture weather center, looking at 23 degrees at reagan national. .0 at dulles single digits across frederick county. only feels like five and hagerstown. feels like 19 and fredericksburg. per hour.nd 45 miles our skies are clear. with the fresh snow pack, we are looking at temperatures to fall quickly. he coldest temperatures off to the north and west of the district.
ABC
Jan 23, 2014 5:30pm PST
biggest enemy. and where are they? iraq. abc's martha raddatz right there, tonight, too. >> iraqi security forces warned us we should not go any further. >> america sending weapons tonight. an abc news exclusive. >>> soda risk. a call to action, tonight, about an ingredient in many sodas. and questions about a possible link to cancer. abc's dr. besser on what the fda is saying tonight. >>> and a "made in america" victory. remember your outrage when we discovered the american uniforms were made in china. tonight, the big reveal, on what they look like now. and who is making them. >> "made in america." >>> good evening, on this thursday night. diane is on assignment. and we do begin with the dangerous windchill warnings in place for the night ahead. for nearly 200 million americans today, the temperature never got above freezing. and take a look at this, tonight. a massive and deadly pileup in indiana. trucks and cars tangled on the road. traffic backed up for miles. and the problem is, it's so cold, all of the snow and ice isn't going anywhere for days. from the midwest to the gulf
ABC
Jan 1, 2014 5:30pm PST
saved but they are in critical condition tonight. we have team coverage of it all beginning with abc's gio benitez from a frigid and snowy chicago tonight. >> reporter: just landed, david. we saw that snowy tarmac at the airport, that runway, david. good evening to you. take a look at how much snow has already fallen here and so much of the nation is seeing whether just like this. 2014 bringing in a bone-chilling blast of weather, bitter cold temperatures, and up to a foot of snow for parts of the midwest. >> it's horrible. >> reporter: in minneapolis temperatures plummeting to around zero. take a look again as fire crews struggle to put out a massive blaze from an explosion in an apartment complex. no word from officials as to the cause. water used to fight the flames quickly turning to ice because of the extreme cold. >> they did a heck of a job rescuing what they could making initial attack on that fire under the conditions we had today with these freezing conditions. >> reporter: officials tell abc news that people trapped in the building were forced to jump out of windows onto the
ABC
Jan 31, 2014 5:00pm EST
going to take one week to 10 days to get this roadway up again. reporting live, stephen tschida, abc 7 news. >> temperatures are climbing to the 50's. >> nice today. here is the first check of the week in whether. hi, doug. the weathertside center. here is the rooftop camera. the sun does not go down for a number 23 minutes. the temperatures outside our delightful. 44. 50 degrees earlier. winds are coming across the water. that is really reflected in some of the numbers here. quantico only 36. it is a lot milder. that will be the story right through the weekend. into that 30's fairly quickly after sunset. 25-32 throughout the weekend. the weather will change. maybe some snowflakes? we will talk about that in a minute. >> a scandal and new jersey governor chris christie. the court of authority official who oversaw the george washington bridge said that chris christie knew about this. these were claims made in a letter sent through his attorney. much more on this coming up tonight on abc seven news at six. he is accused of distributing child pornography. >> and undercover sting is what w
KOFY
Jan 8, 2014 9:00pm PST
>>> live from the kgo broadcast centers. this is abc 7 news. >>> we begin with a story in central california. the usa has suspended processing at the foster chicken plant in livingston because of a cockroach infestation. one was spotted today and there have been four similar incidents since september. the plant was one of three that was threatened of shutdown in september because of a salmonella outbreak tied to raw chicken. the company issued this statement. foster farms closed the livingston facility immediately for sanitation and treatment. they added no products were affected by the infestation. foster farms has shifted chicken production to its two fresno plants while the one in livingston is dealt with because of the cockroach infestation. >>> two engine workers were hospitalized tonight here in the bay area after an explosion inside the company's south san francisco lab. the fire martial says some cleaning solvents were being used to sterilize equipment and a chemical reaction occurred. the engine building was evacuated while crews tended to the victims. one of the workers
ABC
Jan 30, 2014 2:35am EST
to do so. >> pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >> and a lot to protect. 80,000 fans expected. 10,000 workers in the stadium for super bowl. >> and the new york commissioner says they are prepared for any situation. very well prepared. >> let's's talk more about the super bowl. what would be super bowl be without the ad. >> ad, halftime show, all of that coming up on throw back thursday. some of the big day's best moments. you're watching "world news now." >> "world ne >>> almost caught me off guard. time now for throw back thursday where we continue celebrating all things super bowl. >> this morning we take a look at some of the greatest super bowl moments throughout the years. we begin with a classic play from a classic player. >> he's a guy that owns four super bowl rings. but you might know him best as cohost of fox nfl sunday. before that, though, he was one of the game's toughest quarter backs. check out terry bradshaw's pass to his favorite. right after he got the ball after, he was hit and suffered a concussion. they went on to win 21-17. >> i'll be sitting back waitin
ABC
Jan 29, 2014 5:30pm PST
abc news exclusive, the whistle-blower fearing for his life with allegations of massive corruption at the winter olympics by top russian officials linked to president putin. >>> and freefall. an unconscious skydiver wearing a camera plunges to earth. new heart-pounding video of the daring race to save his life. >>> good evening. diane is on assignment tonight, and we begin with that sheer icy misery all across the south. the deadly chaos still unfolding in georgia today. the highways jammed with miles of cars and trucks abandoned, no one at the wheel, and tonight questions are flying about how a major american city became so snarled by the storm. all day long southern hospitality also on display. good samaritans handed out water and supplies to everyone in need. our extreme weather team covering it all starting with matt gutman in atlanta tonight. matt. >> reporter: good evening, george. tonight, parts of atlanta still look apocalyptic, mile after mile of traffic jam, and in many cases, we've seen cars abandoned by the side of the road by the hundreds. right now georgia officials are
ABC
Jan 9, 2014 6:30pm EST
face the music. and here's abc's white house correspondent, jim avila. >> reporter: a political walk of shame on what he called his worst day as governor. chris christie has made a national reputation for bold, often heated, aggressive politics. today, stepped back and meekly visited ft. lee, new jersey, to ask for forgiveness and tell the mayor he's sorry. >> i am embarrassed and humiliated by the conduct of some of the people on my team. >> reporter: gone are christie's deputy chief of staff, bridget anne kelly, and his political guru, bill stepien. she was doomed by the release of this e-mail. time for some traffic problems in ft. lee, came after ft. lee's mayor opposed christie. commuters tried to cross the george washington bridge to manhattan. choked at a 12-booth toll place after christie's aides and allies shut down two of the only three toll booths, serving cars leaving from ft. lee. backing up streets and creating city-wide gridlock. crippling emergency response. >> i had no involvement in its issue, its planning or its execution. and i am stunned by the abject stupidity. i
ABC
Jan 30, 2014 6:30pm EST
to put up a big fight. and abc's neal karlinsky is in seattle with this bombshell day. >> reporter: in a case with more twists than a hollywood movie, an italian court has once again found amanda knox guilty of the murder of her former roommate meredith kercher. guilty of a crime that has been at the center of an international media firestorm for more than six years. her former boyfriend, raffaele sollecito, was also convicted after nearly 12 hours of deliberations by 2 judges and 6 jurors. sources tell abc news, knox felt sick as the verdict was read, saying in a statement, i am frightened and saddened by this unjust verdict. having been found innocent before, i expected better from the italian justice system. this has gotten out of hand. days before the verdict, knox spoke to guardian films. it was aired by the bbc. >> definitely not going back willingly. they have to catch me, and pull me back, kicking and screaming into a prison that i don't deserve to be in. >> reporter: knox's parents told us late today, they are stunned but befind. >> the emotion i pick up on is anger. >> an
KOFY
Jan 12, 2014 9:00pm PST
you've got a passion for taste. >> live from the kgo broadcast center, this is abc 7 news. >> the quest for 6 continues. excitement around the bay after the 49ers beat the panthers for the big win in charlotte. good evening. the exciting win for the niners sets the stage for a showdown for seattle one week from tonight and it looks like it will be a tense conference game. mike has a look at the highlights. >> the 49ers seem to have team of destiny written all over them, today's win over carolina, they will battle for the nfc crown in seattle. the first playoff experience and newton connect with steve smith. third quarter, kap keeps it himself, and 49ers on top, 20-10. whitner, and 49ers win it 23-10, headed to the nfc championship for the third year in a row. >> we faced them early in the year and they came out and played tough. we knew it would be a hard fought game. a team -- it was going to be decided by the team that had the most will to win. >> this will be the third time the 49ers have gone to three straight conference title games. we will have complete reaction later in sports. >
ABC
Jan 19, 2014 2:00am PST
water is a bit colder out here. >> john alston, abc 7, news. >> developing news. a man is in serious condition after a shooting in policejo. police found an unconscious man with a single gunshot wound. crashed into a parked car and street sign. he was taken to the hospital in critical condition. >>> tonight friends and family are mourning a teen killed in a light rail crash in san jose. as police are still trying to figure out how it happened. lisa gulezian joins us. >> the memorial for danica garcia has been growing. in honor much a girl who was -- of a girl who was loved by so many. >> she was an amazing person. when she would walk through the room would light up. >> reporter: she was danica garcia and danica loved to sing. ft♪ . >> the 14-year-old was going osing the bruno mars song in front of the entire school at a rally. danica was riding her bike to del mar high school at 7:30 in the morning. she was crossing the tracks when the horrible accident happened. >> she was riding her bike and all of a sudden she didn't see the train and she just hit the train. >> this witn
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 5:30pm PST
reacting to the shock of this day. and abc's clayton sandell has the very latest right now. >> reporter: the school day started with gunfire. >> we have one student, a female subject, possibly shot. >> reporter: police say a 12-year-old boy brought a shotgun to his school in roswell, new mexico, opening fire in the gym. two students, a boy and a girl, were shot. >> the shooter was quickly stopped by one staff member, who walked right up to him and asked him to set down the firearm. >> reporter: a state police lieutenant, who was dropping off his own child, came running to help. >> it's one thing for an armed state police officer to enter a school and do his or her job. i commend the principal and people that work at this school, for saving many more lives. >> reporter: police say they don't know why the seventh grade suspect began shooting. his victims, a 13-year-old girl and 11-year-old boy, flown to a hospital in nearby lubbock, texas. she is in condition. he is critical, after emergency surgery. >> keep these two children in your prayers, who were shot while simply sitti
ABC
Jan 13, 2014 5:30pm PST
the brakes. abc's alex perez is at the scene with the latest. >> reporter: for passengers onboard southwest flight 4013, the chaos and confusion began when they felt the pilot slam on the brakes. >> we landed. and we kind of stopped abruptly. >> reporter: it quickly became clear there was a problem. >> the pilot came on and said, i'm sorry, folks, but we landed at the wrong airport. >> reporter: the boeing 737, packed with 124 passengers took off from chicago's midway airport. it was supposed to land at branson airport in missouri. and in fact, the pilot was cleared to land there by the tower. but instead, he somehow landed here, seven miles away at the much smaller taney county airport. take a look. the runways face in a similar direction. but branson's runway is more than 7,000 feet long and has an overrun zone in case planes go off the runway. the runway at taney county is some 3,000 feet shorter. and there's steep drop-offs at either end. that's why the pilot slammed on the brakes. the plane coming to a screeching halt just 300 feet before it would have plunged over the edge h
ABC
Jan 29, 2014 11:00pm EST
>> >> live from the abc seven broadcast center, this is breaking news. breaking news on a montgomery county where there is a heavy police presence following a police involved shooting. >> lots of questions this hour about what happened but what we do know is two are injured and they are family members. the centers on a home in gaithersburg and this is where we join tom with the very latest. >> we have learned that at least one of the people are dead injured in this neighborhood in gaithersburg. i will step out of the way i'm sure you the police tape. that is at the front of the lake terrace, and number of houses down, where this happened. here's video we took not long after this happened around 8:00 p.m. tonight. what we know is that an off-duty montgomery county police officer was in the home. both the people injured were his own family members. one person was shot and the officer fired his weapon. the person who was shot is deceased. another person described as a family member was taken to the hospital. say is what they had to when we spoke to them a short time ago. >> i
ABC
Jan 22, 2014 11:00pm EST
7 broadcast the abc center, this is abc 7 news on your side. of dangersnight temperatures in the single digits. the deep freeze means snow. it is staying there. >> lots of school cancellations. montgomery and prince george's counties delayed by two hours. fairfax and loudoun schools canceled for the week. it may be few days before temperatures make it above freezing. doug hill, what can we expect? >> temperatures will keep dropping. we're down to 14. let me show you other temperatures in the area. pretty cold numbers indeed. we will check them out for you. 10 degrees in germantown. 11 in hagerstown. temperatures will drop even more. six degrees in germantown. we still have a little bit of the degrees out there. then there is tomorrow with another clipper heading our way. maybe a snow shower in spots. it will force the cold air south . even to exist where they had freezing rain. that far south. single digits tonight and flurries soon. >> ok. freezing temperatures and icy roads are causing lots of school cancellations and delays. we spoke with several parents who say safety is firs
ABC
Jan 26, 2014 6:00pm EST
to the gulf. the forecast in a moment, but first, abc's linzie janis with the preparations tonig. >> reporter: tonight, this winter, about to go from bad to worse. the coldest air so far this season -- >> just one thing after the next. >> reporter: in its grip, 18 states from minnesota to maine, with wind chills set to plummet to 30 and 60 below. in chicago and steps across minnesota, school, already closed for tomorrow. forcing crews to work every day this month and wiping out the snow removal budget. in ohio and wisconsin, salt now a precious commodity. >> the town has used its entire allocation of salt for the 2013-2014 season. >> reporter: across the midwest this weekend, blizzard conditions. and tonight, the rush is on to clear as much of that snow as possible, before it turns to ice. >> get as much slush off the streets because it's going to be a very hard freeze and it doesn't matter what product you put on it, it's not going to move. >> reporter: but with all this cold, there may be one silver lining for die hard football fans heading to the super bowl. fears of bad weath
ABC
Jan 28, 2014 5:30pm PST
. abc's steve osunsami standing by in greenville, north carolina. >> reporter: first, a blizzard. and now, brutal cold for parts of the midwest. windchills as low as 40 below. the first time in years the south is really feeling it, too. governors sending in the national guard to deal with a rare snow and ice storm. as soon as the first snowflakes fell, school officials across nine southern states started cancelling classes. the icy roads here, no place for a school bus. outside asheville, north carolina, six teenagers were on the bus ride home when they flipped the on the ice. and one of them had to be hospitalized. >> just come around the curb. just slid off in the ditch. >> reporter: tonight, schoolchildren in alabama are stuck at school. the roads, too dangerous for parents to come get them. >> if you trust your teacher to take care of your child during the day, they will be taken care of tonight. >> reporter: this was a freeway in austin, texas, today. police here reporting more than 214 accidents and counting. >> passed about ten wrecks on the way here. >> reporter: in new orlean
ABC
Jan 22, 2014 5:30pm PST
the airports. and we'll start with abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: as that bitter winter storm pulled out, people all over the east coast were left digging out. in new england, winds blowing all that snow around, 35-mile-per-hour gusts. here in plymouth, massachusetts, america's hometown, even that iconic plymouth rock is covered in snow. more than 13 inches of snow falling here, enough for this ice cream shop to jokingly put up a sign, see you in spring. people like jeff spooner, clearing snow from in front of businesses. he's been at it since 6:00 a.m. you're keeping downtown alive. >> we are, yeah. we're trying hard. >> reporter: for the first time in history, philadelphia has had three snowfalls of six inches or more before february. philly and d.c. closing schools. but schools were open in new york city, where a new mayor faced a big test, complaints that streets weren't plowed quickly enough. >> if there's any place that's not good enough, we're going to keep working. every hour from this point on to improve it. >> reporter: city streets, like a skating rink for drivers a
ABC
Jan 12, 2014 5:30pm PST
we begin with abc's linzie janis with the storm hitting the west right now. >> reporter: tonight, the big thaw causing a big mess. from washington to oregon, wind gusts of up to 85 miles per hour sending trees crashing into homes, cars, cutting power to tens of thousands. >> the crash was the trees taking my gutters off my garage. >> reporter: you've already seen this incredible video of strong winds wiping out homes under construction in raleigh, north carolina. but we now know the winds at the city's airport clocked in at a record 86 miles per hour on saturday. in ohio, ice dams caused a river to overflow. residents had to be rescued. pets, too. >> it's a bad situation. we just had to help them get out of there. >> reporter: in western new york, crews using boats, even a bulldozer, to free dozens of people trapped by flood waters. >> we lived here for 20 years. i've never seen the water this high. >> reporter: from pennsylvania to maine, the u.s. coast guard deploying ice breakers in rivers to try to stop the rising waters. just a few days ago, the hudson river here in new york
ABC
Jan 10, 2014 1:40am PST
is abc's nick watts. >> boys can i get some help? >> i don't know, can you? >> guess you don't want doritos. >> reporter: this ad could just make it to the, well, the super bowl loop, television of ad-dom. ♪ >> reporter: one of five finalists narrowed down from a record 5,500 enintratrants in t year's doer receiritos "make yo ad" campaign. top two decided by public vote will air during the super bowl for 100 million viewers. the best with a million bucks. >> this contest gives you more than 30 seconds of fame during the super bowl. it can help launch an entire advertising or film making career. >> reporter: this was produced by amber and david gill. >> definitely strong competition. we wish them all the best. but also hope they lose. >> perfect, yeah. >> i have two boys. sibling rivalry is big in my house. and i think everyone can relate to it. >> reporter: they pulled in a lot of favors. >> that's why if we win, we will split the prize money with all of our friends. the dog was the highest paid actor on set. >> reporter: did you actually ride the dog? >> no. >> reporter: are you
ABC
Jan 23, 2014 12:00pm EST
captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live from the abc 7 broadcast center, this is abc 7 news at noon, on your side. new at noon, justin bieber behind bars. the 19-year-old arrested, accused of dragracing and driving under the influence. our stormwatch covers continues. the deep freeze, from water main breaks to school delays. theld's here and around nation. we will reveal which musical guest will be stopping at nats park this summer and how you can get tickets and head of the crowd thanks to abc 7 news. >> mark herring calling the state's ban on gay marriage unconstitutional. democrat saidted he will no longer defend it against federal lawsuits. brianne carter is live with more and what it will mean for the commonwealth. >> autria, it is a political shift. attorney general mark herring just had a press conference announcing he is joining a lawsuit challenging the state's ban on gay marriage. it is what he calls -- after a legal review, he called the ban unconstitutional and oppressive. herring says he believes the freedom to marry is a fundamental r
ABC
Jan 2, 2014 5:30pm PST
force. right there in the snow drift we begin with abc's gio benitez in chicago where it is piling up. gio. >> reporter: it sure is, diane. good evening to you from a snowy chicagoland. it's getting colder and colder. 12 degrees right now. it feels like two below zero. this stuff isn't just fluffy. it's downright relentless. from blaring sirens in evanston, illinois, alerting residents to a snow emergency, to a chicago whiteout, up to 18 inches of fresh snow in places. the midwest is a blowing, snowing, deep freeze. officials too, sounding a warning. >> we ask that residents check on the well-being of residents, friends and neighbors. >> reporter: the city's full fleet of 287 snow plows and salt spreaders dominate the streets. snow plows in nearby rosemont out in force, too, looking like a choreographed ballet. drivers operating on little sleep, a grueling job as we found out. >> when it gets heavy, you just keep going and going and going. >> that's what we do. if you left it build up, you'll never move it. >> reporter: lyle richmond knows that, clearing the snow from his house, over
ABC
Jan 4, 2014 12:00pm PST
scenes with abc 7's experienced weather team and learn more about what makes the bay area's weather so unique. abc 7 news presents "inside bay area weather." sandhya patel, abc 7 news meteorologist. >> really, the bay area has many microclimates and it's always a challenge to nail it down. in summer, you can have a 40-degree spread between the coast and inland valleys. fog comes in along the coastline. pacifica may be socked in and only 56 degrees but you get inland into the livermore valley and livermore's 102. i mean, we're really talking about a wide range of conditions and every day, to nail it down to the exact temperature that you're forecasting for that specific city is always challenging. >> mike nicco, abc 7 news meteorologist. >> our microclimates are changing. our weather's upside down at times. our warmest months are during the coldest time of the year. it has to do with really the microclimate. >> spencer christian, abc 7 news weather. >> a typical winter extreme would be several consecutive days of heavy rain that would produce flooding, mudsliding, road closures. powe
ABC
Jan 9, 2014 12:00pm EST
>> live from the abc 7 broadcast breakinghis is abc 7 news. news confirms it redskins have hired jay gruden at their next head coach. in a matter of hours, they will introduce them to washington. the team is holding a news conference at redskins park. we will have team coverage of the announcement from a tim brant as well as fans. we begin with tim brant. he is joining us on the phone right now. tim, i know you have covered this game for a long time. would you think about this choice? captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> i was very involved with the following his agent, we were on the phone from about 10:00 p.m. until about 3:00 in the morning. i do know it is a five-year deal with the washington redskins. jay gruden is the new head coach of the washington redskins and that is a very unusual long-term inl for a first-time coach this league. he started in 1997, he was the offense of coordinator in the arena league and became one of the all-time great coaches, he had a six arena bowl championships. nfl as annt onto the assistance, and he got a super
ABC
Jan 24, 2014 6:30pm EST
an abc news exclusive, one-on-one with apple ceo tim cook, tonight here, what he wants americans to know right now about the sweeping surveillance programs and your computers. what's coming next from apple. >>> and coming home. a personal note tonight about our our friend elizabeth vargas, returning to abc, revealing her very brave and personal battle that could help so many. >>> good evening. on this friday night. diane is on assignment. just when you thought it couldn't get colder, today it is. that unrelenting deep freeze making the ride home dangerous. as far south as houston, a city bus giving up, the passengers simply had to give you off. this firefight in new jersey and the accidents across more than two dozen states. possible driving in the texas here's why this evening, a surge of arctic air, new orleans normally 26 degrees. tonight, 32. meteorologist ginger zee right here, will it be super bowl sunday this year or a different day because of the cold. but first, steve osunsami on the urgent call for people to stay home. >> reporter: authorities today warning people to stay
ABC
Jan 1, 2014 6:00pm EST
some families are switching to other alternative groups. abc news, new york. >> all right, that will do it for abc 7 news at 5:00. now at 6:00, we are on storm watch. >> this is abc seven news at 6:00, on your side. >> a live look outside. in just a matter of hours, snow could be moving in, and a bitter cold will follow. steve rudin has the details on the snow we are talking about right now. >> it will not be a whole lot in the immediate metro area, but as you go towards baltimore, new york city, boston, it will turn into a much larger event. taking a look from the belfort furniture weather center, it is quiet and dry, and we do not have to worry about anything. an area of the pressure is going to develop just off the coast, and this is going to quickly, quickly accelerate up to the north and east, bringing a potential force of wintry weather in d.c., and we have no watches or warnings across the immediate area, but things will cool down into the upper 20's to low 30's. we will talk about how much snow , and i can guarantee you one thing, it is going to be cold. >> now is definitely
ABC
Jan 24, 2014 5:30pm PST
. who's in charge, the face-off under way at this hour, and our correspondent is right there. >>> an abc news exclusive. one-on-one with apple ceo tim cook, tonight here, what he wants americans to know right now about the sweeping surveillance program and your computers. and could i get him to reveal apple's secrets? what's coming next? you heard it here first. >>> and coming home. a personal note tonight about our friend, elizabeth vargas, returning to abc, revealing her very brave and personal battle that could help so many. >>> good evening on this friday night. diane is on assignment. and just when you thought it couldn't get colder, today it is. tonight, that unrelenting deep freeze making the ride home dangerous for millions. look at this -- as far south as houston, a city bus giving up, couldn't go any further on the sheet of ice, the passengers simply had to give you off. all of the way to the north, this firefighter in new jersey everything frozen behind him, and the accidents across more than two dozen states. the license plate there saying it all, impossible driving in texas.
ABC
Jan 27, 2014 5:30pm PST
. abc's alex perez starting us off. >> reporter: this is the battle millions are facing across a frozen midwest. blowing snow and dangerous whiteout conditions, shutting down roads, making cars just disappear. in kankakee, illinois, this bus sliding right off the road. in parts of colorado, pileup after pileup. 27 states are coping with brutal, dangerous windchills tonight. in chicago, the public school's 400,000 students told to stay home today and tomorrow. across minnesota, schools closed due to plunging temperatures. snow-covered minneapolis feels like 26 below zero. >> i don't like it. >> reporter: in rural minnesota, the propane that ron selleck expected would keep his house warm until march nearly finished friday. >> she's a mean winter. >> reporter: his home down to 40 degrees at 1 point. relying on layers, space heaters and an electric blanket just to survive. that electric blanket maybe saved you a couple nights? >> oh, for sure. >> reporter: he's one of millions of americans who rely on propane to stay warm. facing a nationwide shortage and surging prices, he had to turn to t
ABC
Jan 15, 2014 5:30pm PST
warning message from the shooter. abc's ryan owens leads us off with that and the 911 calls at the moment it happened. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: tonight, we hear the voices of terror inside that middle school. >> 911? >> hey. berrendo middle school. a kid just got shot. >> reporter: as investigators release those 911 tapes, they are also revealing for the first time, they believe the 12-year-old gunman premeditated this attack. and may have even warned some students to stay away. >> i can tell you, we did find evidence that the suspect had planned this event. >> reporter: they say he used his parents' shotgun and smuggled it on to campus in a duffel bag. inside a gymnasium packed with more than 500 students tuesday morning, he shot an 11-year-old boy in the face and 13-year-old kendal sanders in the shoulder. late this evening, the family of the alleged shooter released this statement. on behalf of our entire family, we want to say, first, our constant thoughts, our fervent prayers, are with those who are hurt. and we are praying for them to recover and for the medical personnel
ABC
Jan 16, 2014 5:30pm PST
sign. and abc's david wright is on the ground. >> reporter: bone-dry bush plus hot santa ana winds. all it takes is a spark. and this is the result. the spark that caused this blaze. we went up to the front line. the flames just feet from these homes. >> it's right behind there, you can see. coming down. >> reporter: captain reuben montanes and his group, doing their best to defend these houses, while they waited for air support. busy dousing hotspots nearby. the cavalry has arrived. the helicopters, attacking these flames just in time. it looks like this homeowner is very lucky today. but there's still a long, dry winter ahead. not everyone was so lucky. >> we've been airborne since early this morning. we've seen five homes go up in flames. they hit it with everything they could. helicopters and superscoopers and air tankers. they did a marvelous job. many of those homes were nestled up in the hills. >> reporter: today, 700 firefighters were out there fighting it. on the ground and in the air. these neighbors banded together, using garden hoses and a bucket brigade to save their b
ABC
Jan 21, 2014 5:00pm EST
only going to get worse through the evening. suzanne kennedy, abc 7 news. for that.ou let's go to ashburn where jeff goldberg is live with how people are dealing with the snow. jeff? have seen the snow falling consistently. you might be able to see it it is a sideways snow as we have .ad gusts of wind the primary roads are relatively clear. traffic is relatively light that is you take a way at the secondary roads, you can see a thin layer of snow and ice all over the place, despite consistent efforts to keep them clear. tn a day like this, vdo does not have to look far to find instant job approval. >> it is not too bad. equipment, deployed a portion of the 4000 machines on the road from ashburn to arlington. >> i have lived here 29 years. is on herunderwood way home after a day at work. >> a little bit cautious because it is windy. >> as snow continues to fall, vdot continues to reacting to changing conditions. using aareas they are combination of salt and sand. >> when the roads freeze over and become ice, and you have another issue. >> we found mostly empty streets with a few ex
ABC
Jan 13, 2014 3:00am PST
have all the winners and best moments. it is monday, january 13th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning. i'm marci gonzalez in for diana perez. and look who's back, john muller. >> hey, marci. thank you. morning, everybody. feel like i'm back home with some old friends. >> yeah. it's great. you look rested. >> i tell you what, they could hook me up to a blood pressure machine because i feel totally zen. i had no road rage on the way in. i had two weeks off. i was lying on beaches -- hey, the "welcome back kotter" song. nicely done. ♪ welcome back >> i feel good. >> can't wait to hear about the trip. >> hopefully this great feeling will last past the first half hour of this evening. i'll have show and tell and pictures coming up at the end of the half hour. >> looking forward to it. >>> we'll start off this half hour with a developing story. we mentioned this one. a southwest airline jet lands at the wrong airport in month positive. took off from chicago with 129 people on board. >> problem is, it landed at the wrong airport in branson, missouri. a
ABC
Jan 30, 2014 6:00pm EST
just what led to the shootings so they can have some form of closure. stephen tschida, abc 7 news. montgomery county community is in shock after the police a that one of their officers had issued his own son in attempt to save his wife. shot andjames stirkens killed his son chris last night. veteran saidolice his son was stabbing his wife, denise stirkens. she later died at the hospital. the couple's two daughters were away at college at the time. so far no charges have been filed. >> federal prosecutors will seek the death penalty against the surviving suspect of the boston marathon bombing. eric holder authorized the capital case against dzhokhar tsarnaev, who is facing 30 federal charges for his role in the attack that killed three and injured more than 250. chart of mother is steadfast in support of her son. mother isv's steadfast in support of her son. >> i love my son. that is it. >> his older brother was killed during a short out with -- during a shootout with the police after an unprecedented manhunt. fire lieutenant is on administrative leave after accusations or fire dep
ABC
Jan 2, 2014 11:00pm EST
. >> freeseas temperatures. >> live from the abc 7 broadcast center, this is abc 7 news at 11:00. on your side. out, butow is moving temperatures are dropping. icy conditions could follow. we will bring you the latest on the developing weather situation with live team coverage. coming up shortly. schools are close in loudoun county and frederick county as well as effort counties. we will have complete information on the screen tonight. >> we will start with what we can expect tonight and through the commute tomorrow. doug hill has all the answers. >> light snow here. 31 degrees now. let's get right to doppler radar. we have seen this all day and all night. slowly moving from west to east. see that thely package is moving through the metro area. the snow will continue east along the shore. all part of the big storm. still a lot of rain offshore. that snow is coming down the coastline. precipitation is coming to an end. colombia maryland and howard county, five inches. 2.5 inches in winchester. in the district, 1.5 inches of snow. the snow -- winter storm warnings have been dropped. east of
ABC
Jan 29, 2014 6:00pm EST
, he needs congressional approval. already inproposal the works on the hill. scott thuman, abc 7 news. person brought in to clean up the scandal is stepping because, she says, of frustration with congress. dorothy has resigned as head of the public buildings service of the gsa. she oversaw donald trump's verges of the old post office and is leading the search for a new fbi quarters. she told the washington post's policies make it almost impossible to improve the nation's infrastructure on a cost-effective manner. the winterp, olympics. the latest measures to keep the games safe. >> what passengers saying after a cruise ship were hundreds fell ill finally returns to port. >> three years ago today, a young man was gunned down in vigil will mark the third anniversary of a man. >> the case remains unsolved. bell explains, the young man's mother is not giving up hope. the 2001 championship. >> that is one of her favorite memories of her son brandon. she says he grew up to become a fine young man. his life was his daughter, his mom, and grandmother. >> three years ago today, he was killed i
ABC
Jan 25, 2014 11:00pm EST
captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live from the abc 7 broadcast centers, this is abc 7 news at 11:00. >> i saw people running into the store, shouting there is a shooter. >> terror and chaos inside columbia mall as shoppers scramble to take cover. >> people were running. run for your lives. >> when it was over, three people were dead. police try to figure out what led up to the violence. tonight, we have breaking developments in that shooting that took place around 11:00 this morning at the mall. holies and disabled what they called crude attempts at explosive devices found in the gunman's bag. 2 store employees were killed. they were identified as tyler of aon and brianna benlolo college park. both victims were killed at the skate shop known as zumiez on the upper level of the mall. police have not identified the gunman who was found dead near a gun and ammunition. five other people suffered injuries. they have all been treated and released from hospitals. the mall has been cleared and tose as detectives work piece together what happened. our tea
ABC
Jan 21, 2014 11:00pm EST
>> live from the abc center broadcast centers. this is abc 7 eyewitness news at 11:00. >> a dangerous day of heavy snow. abc 7 is in every corner of the region, from virginia, to the district thomas and maryland. dangerously cold temperatures. lots of schools are closing. washington, d.c. public schools. fairfax county. montgomery county. >> some are operating on a few hour delay for tomorrow. you can get a complete listing of closings and delays on your screen. what is in store for overnight and tomorrow morning. doug? >> that is moving out. the winds are starting to pick up. 10 inches of snow. gaithersburg 8. 3. a healthy snowfall. we talk about the winds and the cold. 19 degrees at quantico. 19 in annapolis. the wind chills are down lower and lower. above ine two degrees dulles. temperatures are headed down all night long. the entire region is under a wind chill advisory until noon tomorrow. what will you see when you wake up in the morning? you will see some sunshine. it will be windy and cold. between 2es will be and 12 above. between five and 20 degrees below zero. we
ABC
Jan 7, 2014 5:30pm PST
extreme weather team has fanned out across this nation, tonight, in this freezing cold. and abc's meteorologist ginger zee starts us off. ginger? >> reporter: you know, diane, we've all been dealing with this relentless cold. so, we've all known that from the trenches out here. but if you add some snow, and i'm talking two feet of snow, and then, wild winds, and this is what you get, some of the worst in the country. inside the blinding blizzard, 50-mile-per-hour wind gusts. and 24, the number of inches of snow falling in erie county, new york, in the past 24 hours. they are expecting up to five feet by the end of the week. it is the snowiest place in america today. >> here in the town of hamburg, there are drifts that are actually above my knee. >> reporter: but as we all know, the major headline is the ridiculous cold. >> very cold. very cold. >> reporter: as 16 states saw windchills of 40 below or lower. and then, there's this astonishing number. 61, the number of hours minneapolis, minnesota, spent below zero. not below freezing. below zero. and here's a familiar site. so many
ABC
Jan 20, 2014 5:30pm PST
right now, tonight, from abc's chief investigative correspondent, brian ross. >> reporter: authorities believe the young woman arrived in the sochi area about a week ago. somehow making it past the ring of security set up to protect the olympic games. over the weekend, police distributed this wanted poster to hotels and at the airport, for a so-called black widow terrorist. she was identified as 22-year-old ruzanna ibragemova, of dagestan, whose husband was killed in a shoot-out with police last year. the young woman was described as having a four-inch facial scar, a pronounced limp and a left arm that would not bend at the elbow. and security experts say, she is not likely to be traveling alone. >> when it's women, they tend to operate in teams of two. and it's very unlikely they would just send one of these teams into sochi. >> reporter: some 80,000 security personnel have been sent to sochi to create what russian president putin calls a ring of steel, about 60 miles long and 25 miles wide. putin told george stephanopoulos, that will keep the winter games safe. >> transl
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Jan 3, 2014 5:30pm PST
. abc's ron claiborne leads us off in boston. ron. >> reporter: i am in boston at samuel hall this city was hit with more than a foot of snow from this storm leaving it a ghost town. let me show you what 3,000 work crews have dealt with all day. taking all of that snow, and pushing it into mini mountains of snow like this one that i'm standing on. it turned out to be every bit as fierce as promised. a howling, shrieking winter snowstorm driven by winds that during the overnight peak clocked in at 55 miles per hour in some areas. wcvb meteorologist danielle vollmer demonstrated its sheer power. >> whoa! >> reporter: in the hardest hit area, nearly two feet of snow fell. and in boston, 17.8 inches, new york city, 6.4 inches of snow. and philadelphia, nine inches. and snow as far south at washington d.c. >> i drove from virginia back to philly, and the roads were horrendous. >> reporter: the famous long island expressway was shut down though not everyone heeded the announcement. in monmouth beach, new jersey, the problem wasn't snow but flooding, this mailman had to be rescued when th
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